Just on the edge of the north part of the moat, Chiang Mai’s latest boho, psychedelic hangout, has opened; serving a range of vegetarian food, ethnic atmospheres and refreshing drinks day and night.
Many of us enjoy a wee tipple now and then and here are some great new/newly renovated venues to check out this month.
I popped my Uber cherry this week. It was painless and not as scary as I had anticipated. In fact, the whole thing was quite intuitive and over before I knew it. No wonder everyone does it.
Many of us over a certain age have been to — perhaps even gotten the t-shirt from — a Hard Rock Cafe. This iconic brand of restaurants, casinos and hotels has, since its inception in 1971 expanded to all corners of the globe, having sold hundreds upon hundreds of franchises.
Every now and again I get a handful of promotional CDs that bands from all over the country send to various publications, Citylife being one of them. I usually try to use this space in Citylife to talk about new music and live events in Chiang Mai, but as the nation mourns the loss of His Majesty the King, parties and events have all but vanished, an important part of the mourning process. Although it has left me with an empty space to fill this month, I quickly realised that it was perfect opportunity to dig through the stacks of CDs Citylife gave me and see if any of these singles were worth covering.